Well, by the time I got to my appt. I didnt feel all that bad. Things seemed a bit rushed and not too thorough like at other places. They didnt ask about overall symptoms and I didnt even get the opportunity to get them out. I have a feeling though they might ask at the next visit?? I wasn't totally disappointed by the visit, they didn't just look at me and tell me my weight was my problem. They did say they would like to see me when I am in a flare which I am not really, not like I was before I started the indomethacin. The did some more bloodwork and said they wanted to run a better rheumatoid profile than had been run in the past from other doctors. 9 tubes of blood were drawn. They repeated a sed rate too. That is all I remember about the bloodwork. the last thing I said to the doctor is this, verbatim," This is what I am asking, one month ago I almost quit work, I could barely walk, I couldnt play with my son, I had no energy and felt miserable. since I started this indomethicin i have started to feel better and am finally playing with my son for the first time in three years. I dont need to run marathons, but I would like to do more, I would like to continue working and playing, and having fun. Can you help me do that?" His response was I would like to try. There are a lot of medications out there but first we need to know if this is inflammatory or mechanical, but we will do whatever we can to help you feel better." I guess this means he is ignoring the other docs DX of JRA then? We are starting over again I guess, but that is okay. He changed the indomethacin to sustained release 75mg twice a day for now and set up an appt for a 3 phase bone scan on the 18th. I go back to them on June 1st. So really I guess the real appt will be on the 1st of June then huh?